Java Code Examples for org.apache.axis.utils.Messages

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Example 1
Source Project: openbd-core   Source File:    License: GNU General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
public Object invokeCFCFunction(MessageContext msgContext, cfSession session, String cfcName, cfStructData method, Object[] argValues) throws Exception {
	// Create the cfc
	cfComponentData cfc = new cfComponentData(session, cfcName);
	if (cfc == null || cfc.getMetaData() == null || cfc.getMetaData().isEmpty())
		throw new AxisFault(Messages.getMessage("noClassForService00", cfcName));

	// Convert the params
	cfArgStructData args = prepareArgs(session, method, argValues);

	// Execute the cfc
	cfData rtn = invokeComponentMethod(session, method, args, cfc);
	if (rtn == null || rtn instanceof cfNullData)
		return null;
	else {
		return tagUtils.getNatural(rtn, true, true, true);
Example 2
 * Closes this <CODE>SOAPConnection</CODE> object.
 * @throws  SOAPException if there is a SOAP error
public void close() throws SOAPException {
        throw new SOAPException(Messages.getMessage("connectionClosed00"));
    closed = true;
Example 3
Source Project: tomee   Source File:    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
 * print a snippet of service info.
 * @param response    response
 * @param serviceName Name of the service

private void printServiceInfo(final HttpResponse response, final String serviceName) throws IOException {
    response.setContentType("text/html; charset=utf-8");
    final StringBuffer output = new StringBuffer("<h1>")

Example 4
Source Project: googleads-java-lib   Source File:    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
 * Returns a new Axis Message based on the contents of the HTTP response.
 * @param httpResponse the HTTP response
 * @return an Axis Message for the HTTP response
 * @throws IOException if unable to retrieve the HTTP response's contents
 * @throws AxisFault if the HTTP response's status or contents indicate an unexpected error, such
 *     as a 405.
private Message createResponseMessage(HttpResponse httpResponse) throws IOException, AxisFault {
  int statusCode = httpResponse.getStatusCode();
  String contentType = httpResponse.getContentType();
  // The conditions below duplicate the logic in CommonsHTTPSender and HTTPSender.
  boolean shouldParseResponse =
      (statusCode > 199 && statusCode < 300)
          || (contentType != null
              && !contentType.equals("text/html")
              && statusCode > 499
              && statusCode < 600);
  // Wrap the content input stream in a notifying stream so the stream event listener will be
  // notified when it is closed.
  InputStream responseInputStream =
      new NotifyingInputStream(httpResponse.getContent(), inputStreamEventListener);
  if (!shouldParseResponse) {
    // The contents are not an XML response, so throw an AxisFault with
    // the HTTP status code and message details.
    String statusMessage = httpResponse.getStatusMessage();
    AxisFault axisFault =
        new AxisFault("HTTP", "(" + statusCode + ")" + statusMessage, null, null);
        Constants.QNAME_FAULTDETAIL_HTTPERRORCODE, String.valueOf(statusCode));
    try (InputStream stream = responseInputStream) {
      byte[] contentBytes = ByteStreams.toByteArray(stream);
              "return01", String.valueOf(statusCode), new String(contentBytes, UTF_8)));
    throw axisFault;
  // Response is an XML response. Do not consume and close the stream in this case, since that
  // will happen later when the response is deserialized by Axis (as confirmed by unit tests for
  // this class).
  Message responseMessage =
      new Message(
          responseInputStream, false, contentType, httpResponse.getHeaders().getLocation());
  return responseMessage;